1. Gene Marks

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    2. Top Small Business Blogs This Year

      Top Small Business Blogs This Year
      ...ought leaders. Editor/Primary Writer: Gene Marks Twitter Handle: http://twitter.com/genemarks About the Blog: Gene Marks is a blogger that posts on a variety of prominent business sites, including the Washington Post, Fo...
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    3. Gene Marks: Here's how one small business is controlling its healthcare costs

      Gene Marks: Here's how one small business is controlling its healthcare costs
      ... into the fourth year I think it’s a good program,” he says. “If the big guys are already in it, why not us?” Gene Marks is a columnist who authors Main Street Morning, a daily round-up of small business news for The Was...
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    4. What Advice Entrepreneurs Really Want (and Don't Ignore)

      What Advice Entrepreneurs Really Want (and Don't Ignore)
      ...the good news: It's easier than ever to use data to improve both your business and your customer experiences. Gene Marks, president of The Marks Group, which sells sales and marketing software, says the bad news is that ...
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    5. What Could the 2016 Presidential Election Mean for Small Business?

      What Could the 2016 Presidential Election Mean for Small Business?
      ...all business owner, her position is clear: “To make it easier to start and grow a small business in America”. Gene Marks offers some further insightful reading on how Hillary is trying to do just that. Moving on to the i...
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    6. What Could the 2016 Presidential Election Mean for Small Business?

      What Could the 2016 Presidential Election Mean for Small Business?
      ...all business owner, her position is clear: “To make it easier to start and grow a small business in America”. Gene Marks offers some further insightful reading on how Hillary is trying to do just that. Moving on to the i...
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    7. Gene Marks: Why Trump's tax plan is better for my small business - Washington Post

      ...rily answered. But yes, on taxes alone, Trump’s plan would be better for my small business. What about yours? Gene Marks authors Main Street Morning, a daily round-up of small business news for The Washington Post. He ow...
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  2. About Gene Marks

    Gene Marks

    Gene Marks, a short, balding and self-professed mediocre certified public accountant who writes Dashboard, is a former senior manager at KPMG and since 1994 the owner of the Marks Group PC, a 10-member customer relationship management consulting firm based outside Philadelphia. Mr. Marks has written five small-business management books, most recently, “In God We Trust, Everyone Else Pays Cash: Simple Lessons From Smart Business People.” His online columns for Forbes, Bloomberg BusinessWeek and American City Business Journals are read by thousands of business owners each week. You can follow him at twitter.com/genemarks.

  3. Quotes

    1. One of the smartest things I've been seeing companies do is that they do what they do best and outsource the rest.
      In SBA Panel: 'Focus on What You Do Best and Outsource the Rest'
    2. It's free, it's a simple way to communicate, and it avoids the data plans.
      In Don't Credit Sexting: How Snapchat Actually Took Off
    3. Communication is getting shorter and shorter.
      In Don't Credit Sexting: How Snapchat Actually Took Off
    4. Sure, the recession has had a devastating effect on some.
      In 10 Ways to Boost Profitability in 2013
    5. It's a good time to negotiate long-term leases and cut back on space.
      In 10 Ways to Boost Profitability in 2013
    6. Unemployment is still high, which is bad for workers but good for a lot of business owners.
      In 10 Ways to Boost Profitability in 2013
    7. Smart business owners track customer activity.
      In 10 Ways to Boost Profitability in 2013
    8. Social communities are becoming more popular and relevant for business owners, but it depends on being in the right community.
      In 10 Ways to Boost Profitability in 2013
    9. Investing in these communities is a great way to get educated, test ideas with other business owners and ask questions before spending money.
      In 10 Ways to Boost Profitability in 2013
    10. They look at where you're spending money -- office supplies, telecommunications, purchasing, freight, your website.
      In 10 Ways to Boost Profitability in 2013